A bad omen and does not reflect identity.. Manchester United permanently abandons the striped shirt sports

Manchester United fans will be happy to know that the Red Devils players will not be wearing the green and white striped shirt again this season.

The players were seen distributing the controversial shirt to fans after United’s disappointing 1-1 draw against Brentford last Saturday in the English Premier League.

The idea came from Portuguese player Bruno Fernandes, who confirmed that his team has appreciation and respect for the loyal fans.

According to the Daily Mail, United will not wear the away kit again, because its remaining matches away from home this season will be against teams whose main kit will not conflict with its primary red color.

Dutch coach Eric Ten Hag’s team will wear the red primary shirt against Chelsea and Brighton in the English Premier League, and Coventry City in the FA Cup semi-final at Wembley Stadium, and there will be no similarity to its rivals’ kits.

As for the Bournemouth and Crystal Palace matches in the Premier League, Man United will wear the white third shirt, because the green color will be very similar to their home shirts.

At the beginning of the season, some angry fans expressed their dissatisfaction with the green uniform, with one of them describing it as “terrible,” and another saying that they “would not take it for free” and that it was “the worst kit ever.”

Many also felt that it did not reflect the identity of England’s historic champion, and others considered the shirt a “bad omen”, as United struggled to score points when wearing it this season in matches played away from home.

United finished second behind Real Madrid in a poll of the most popular kits in world football last year.

The Red Devils earned $268 million from shirt sales, but they are still somewhat behind Real Madrid, which achieved $493 million from 3 million shirt sales.

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